Gov’t to terminate contract with urban renewal study company

According to Rosário, the work conducted by the company thus far is already sufficient. The last phase of the contract included a public consultation, which the government held back in

Recycled water plant project reconditioned

The proposal to install a water treatment plant in Macau to recycle wastewater is being reconsidered in a different format, the Secretary for Transport and Public Works, Raimundo do Rosário

Housing | Macau Urban Renewal signs LOIs for Lot C

Yesterday, the Macau Urban Renewal Limited (MUR) signed letters of intent (LOIs) with building contractors for the construction of Temporary Housing Units in Lot C, which has been divided into

Gov’t taps into Art Macao to drive tourism

The eclectic line-up for the Art Macao: Macao International Art Biennale 2021 (Art Macao 2021) was unveiled yesterday. The government has resolved to capitalize on the event to encourage visitor

Four lose MOP1m in university admissions bribery scam

Four parents from mainland China sought to bribe a local university through a group of intermediaries in the hopes of purchasing admission for their children, but lost nearly MOP1 million

Locals opt for lesser-known destinations in China this summer

Considering the international travel restriction still in place in most countries, the city’s travel agencies have recently noted a surge in demand for lesser-known mainland destinations among locals in the

Chinese officials highlight importance of national security law in Hong Kong

Deng Zhonghua, deputy director of the Hong Kong and Macao Affairs Office of the State Council, said that it is “necessary, timely and effective” to formulate and implement the national

No timeframe yet for HK-Macau reopening: Carrie Lam

In a press conference yesterday, Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam asserted that the governments of both regions have not determined a specific commencement date for the Hong Kong-Macau travel

F&B association to help practitioners be more tech-savvy

The United Association of Food and Beverage Merchants of Macau and the Macau Institute of Management have again teamed up to organize the annual training program for practitioners in the

Courier denies occurrence of difficulties delivering shipments to Europe

A representative from a local freight company denied claims that container shipments could not be delivered to destinations in Europe due to “problems in Hong Kong.” Earlier this week, several readers

Crime | Three arrested for drug dealing and trafficking

The Judiciary Police (PJ) announced yesterday that while busting a drug dealing and trafficking case, it apprehended a Vietnamese couple and a local broker. The law-enforcement entity has also seized 6.5

Twitter restricts tweets of academic who mocked China leader

A New Zealand academic says Twitter temporarily restricted her account after she mocked Chinese President Xi Jinping. University of Canterbury Professor Anne-Marie Brady is an expert on China’s attempts to exert

Australia denies interfering in China’s Pacific vaccine help

Australia yesterday denied Chinese government and media allegations that it was interfering in the rollout of Chinese vaccine in Papua New Guinea. The clash over vaccine diplomacy marks another rift in

This day in history | 2005 Bomb attacks on London

A series of bomb attacks on London’s transport network has killed more than 30 people and injured about 700 others. Three explosions on the Underground left 35 dead and two died

Iran | Major blackouts prompt rare apology from president

Iran’s outgoing president offered a rare apology yesterday for the country’s most severe summer power outages in recent memory, as blackouts cripple businesses and darken homes for hours a day. In

Parts of missing Russian plane found; 28 aboard feared dead

  Wreckage from a plane carrying 28 people that went missing yesterday was found a few miles from the airport in Russia’s Far East where it was supposed to land, officials

EXPLAINER | Why China is investigating tech firms like Didi

Chinese regulators have clamped down on the country’s largest ride-hailing app, Didi Global Inc., days after its shares began trading in New York. Authorities told Didi to stop new registrations

56% of MGM employees vaccinated

As MGM has received positive responses after hosting the first “Outreach Vaccination Program – MGM” in May, the company once again invited a group of medical staffs from Macau Health Bureau to

Melco launches culinary program with DSAL, IFTM

Melco Resorts & Entertainment announces the launch of its Culinary Foundation Acceleration Program (Melco Culinary FAP), Macau’s first culinary program of its kind in collaboration with Labour Affairs Bureau (DSAL) and Macao

Preview | England inspired by expectation, Denmark by resilience

England is shouldering rising expectations. Denmark is powered by resilience and recovery. And emotions will be high at Wembley Stadium before their European Championship semifinal match even kicks off tomorrow when

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